Avoid this at all costs. The actual quality of the DVD is one of the worst I have experienced. It looks like a bad television recording that has then been converted from NTSC to PAL and has lots of ghosting and interference lines throughout. The content is very low budget "80's" and while I appreciate Mark Hamill was desperate for work, I don't understand how people like Ben Kingsley could get involved in a project like this. I only purchased this film for the alleged flying footage of the aircraft that were used, mainly David Cook flying his CFM Shadow (that in the film was supposed to be flown by Bill Paxton) as I had read of this in David's book, "Flying From My Mind". Sadly the flying footage is pretty limited and what is there is badly filmed, certainly the worst ever fake crash in film history is laughable, with the aircraft supposedly becoming embedded in the grass on impact (i.e. completely buried), whereupon Paxton throws open the canopy and then climbs out. Cameo appearances from a (very young) Robbie Coltrane, Ben Kingsley and Murray F. Abraham don't do anything to help although Hamill himself is quite convincing as the bounty hunter flying an Edglely Optica aircraft. Sadly unless you have any interest in footage of the aircraft then I'd advise giving this a miss!